In this week’s video blog our expert guide, Don Hadley, discusses being busy vs. productive.
Being productive means “achieving or producing a significant amount or result.” Being busy is not the same as being productive. Whether it is a lack of confidence in themselves or those around them, some leaders are unable to hand off work and responsibilities to others and have difficulty prioritizing.
We have found over the last 30 years that this “busyness” is actually masking other issues. When we take the time to ask questions about the activities, processes, and procedures, we are able to unmask those other issues in order for progress to be made.
We encourage you to ask yourself the following questions:
If your organization needs help being more productive and not just busy for busy’s sake, contact our expert guides by calling 800-786-4332 or email CClemmer@AppliedVisionWorks.com. Your success is in plain sight. It just takes determination and action and only takes 30 minutes to get started!